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Well shaped: Korban/Flaubert

Korban/Flaubert's sculptures vary from relaxed and unfurling ribbons of steel, rust and colour, to tightly folded zigzags and explorations of turned geometrics, as inside co-editor Gillian Serisier discovers.

Scott Weston Architecture Design

Scott Weston shares a small collection of his favourite products with Inside.

Gavin Harris: drawing forwards

With a long list of award-winning works to his name, Gavin Harris is one of this country’s most prolific creative forces. Harris speaks to Sandra Tan for MEZZANINE and shares his thoughts on a well-designed career.

Tom Fereday: the art of honest design

"My career in design was somewhat an accident," reveals Tom Fereday, in this insightful Q&A – the first conversation in a series highlighting the talented shortlist in Zenith's Emerging Designer category at IDEA 2016.

Designer spotlight on Stanley Ruiz

New York-based Filipino industrial designer Stanley Ruiz has an affinity for combining traditional craft techniques with contemporary design aesthetics, producing cleverly reinterpreted objects which display both foreign and familiar qualities.

Milan with Chris Hardy

"In my opinion, Hay seems always to be creating a buzz, and this year at Milan was no different." Following his trip to Salone del Mobile, Canberra-based furniture designer Chris Hardy gives his insight on the stand-out exhibitions and highlights this year.

Elliat Rich: Central ideas

With a creative output as vast as the territory she inhabits, Elliat Rich is at the centre of a shift in the way design can unify cultures and improve the quality of everyday lives. MEZZANINE explores the work of the diverse creative, and the ways in which she is giving back to the community through her work.

Fine lines: designing furniture with Keith Melbourne

Mezzanine's Marcus Piper chats with Keith Melbourne, a new breed of furniture designer who is fusing industrial processes with creativity to help local industries forge ahead.

Trent Jansen’s language of design

There are many dichotomous aspects to Trent Jansen – designer, maker and perhaps even historian. The iconic furniture designer brings us closer to our collective past through the modern interpretation of urban legends, as discussed in MEZZANINE.

A constellation of their own: Q+A with ANAESTHETIC

Kiwi couple Ben and Kiri Wahrlich made waves at DEN Fair with their original lighting and furniture pieces, taking out the prize for Best Independent Designer. The talented pair share their views on the local design industry, and their plans for the future.